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Proposed Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival to Fes

Arriving at Fes airport, it will be our first meeting to start your journey with us, first we will take you to your Riad/ hotel to get some rest.

Day2: Fes guided tour

Completely private city guide who speaks English leads a day-long guided walking tour of Fes, El-historic Bali’s medina, the Zaouia Moulay Idriss, the Bad Boujloud ornate gate, the Al-Kairaouine Mosque, the oldest university in the world, the Al-attarine Medrasa, the Nejjarine Fountain, King’s Place and the Jewish district, often known as “Mellah,” are all places worth seeing. Going back to the riad for a nightover stay.

Day 3:  From Fes to Ouarzazate 

Leaving Fes our nest stop will be Ifrane, known as the “Lion City.” According to myths and mythology, this city was where the last lion to be seen in this country was seen many years ago, also known by the alpine-style architecture and proximity to the ski slopes and large woods.

We will visit Ifrane National Park, with its Atlas cedar forests, is home to rare barbaric macaques in Azrou, then to Midelt, it’s a town known for a vast farmland, it is also called the apple capital because of the quality and diversity of apples and fields, then we will keep traveling to reach the gate of the desert through the towns of Rissani and Erfoud, to get the camel ride or 4×4 to reach the desert camp in a proper time to enjoy the beautiful sunset view. and finally relaxing by the campfire, and listening to old-fashioned music under the stars will all be part of your evening. Time to yourself and a private tent for the night.

Day 4:  Desert excursion

After breakfast, our journey starts with a 4×4 drive tour in the Sahara Desert visits the Erg Chebbi and all-around tour of the dunes, Visiting the ancient mines of Mfis, the Gnawa village of Khamlia, Tisserdine, Hassilabied Oasis, nomadic families, pyramids, Etc.. A traditional local dish for lunch, then the return to the hotel’s facilities, relaxing and enjoying the scenic views of the sand dunes. Before the sunset, you will travel crossing the sand dunes by camel or 4×4 drive.  As the sunsets in the distance, you will reach your authentic desert camp.  Your evening will be filled with a desert banquet, campfire,  traditional music under the bright stars. Free time and overnight stay at your private tent.

Day 5: From Merzouga to Dades

An early wake up to catch some beautiful sunrise pictures, as you leave the glorious beauty of the desert behind you, the journey takes you west towards the famous Todra Gorge. The landscape begins to change as you move towards the open countryside. Nomadic lives of the people in this region is evident and there is a chance to observe the lives of these travelers. The final destination of the day will be Dades Gorge.

Day 6: From Dades to Ouarzazate

After breakfast, we’ll drive to Ouarzazate through the Dades Valley, with its dramatic rock formations and ancient kasbahs, and then on to the Rose Valley, known for its damask roses that are harvested in April.

Continuing on our journey, we’ll head to Ouarzazate, known as African Hollywood, where you can see the Taourirt Kasbah and tour the movie studios. Check into your Hotel.

Day 7: The way to Marrakech

After breakfast at your riad we’ll travel to Marrakech via the Ait ben Haddou Kasbah, the largest kasbah in Morocco where movies such as The Gladiator, Game of Thrones, Lawrence of Arabia and The Jewel of the Nile were filmed. Then we will drive to Marrakech through the Tichka Pass. We will arrive in Marrakech by the early evening. free time and overnight.

Day 8: Guided tour of Marrakech

Following breakfast, a guided tour of Marrakech, The excursion includes: 

– A stop at the Saadian tombs, which date to the reign of Sultan Ahmad al-Mansur (1578-1603), – By the Sultan “Abou el Hassan,” Ben Youssef Medersa was founded (1331–49), 

-El Bahia Palace, a stunning structure and a prime example of 19th-century Eastern architecture, -The Koutoubia mosque, the largest mosque in Marrakech, has a minaret that was built under the rule of the Almohad Caliph Yaqub al- Mansur (1184-1199) and served as a model for the Giarlda in Seville and the Hassan Tower in Rabat.

-Jacque Majorelle created the magnificent garden estate known as The Majorelle Gardens, and Yves Saint Laurent looks after it. 

In the medina district of Marrakesh, there is a market and square called Jemaa el-Fnaa. It continues to be Marrakech’s most important and well-known square. Spending the night in Marrakech.

Day 9: Essaouira excursion 

After breakfast, we will drive to Essaouira, the City of Wind where surfers from all over the world come to enjoy their favorite sport.

Along the way we’ll drive through the Land of Argan, the only place in the world where argan trees grow. You can visit one of the women’s cooperatives to see how the argan oil is made, by hand, the old fashioned way. Once there you’ll have time to explore this blue and white city on the Atlantic Ocean, where, for centuries, many different cultures lived side-by-side.

Enjoy lunch in one of the local restaurants before we head back to Marrakech.

Day 10: The way to Casablanca 

You can have some free time this morning to get some souvenirs from Marrakech, then we will drive to Casablanca.

Day 11: From Casablanca to Rabat

After breakfast our journey starts with a trip to Casablanca to visit Mohamed 5 Square,It was created in 1916 in the early period of French colonialism.

The Corniche, Rick’s Café ( Where was the American Casablanca drama romantic film 1942 ), The Hassan II mosque is one of the largest in the world.

Then the departure towards the Moroccan political capital of Rabat, and also overlooks the sea. we will see the red ochre crenelated walls, over 5 km long in total and built in the period of 

ruling the sultan yacoub al mansur that gives the city a very particular character that differentiates it. you will cross the medina and its souks, then we visit the Kasbah of the udayas which listed along with other sites in Rabat as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, then visiting Hassan tower, where 4 facades are decorated different from each other, three in shades of pink and one in the gray because of the sea breeze ,the remains of the old mosque and the Mohamed 5 mausoleum next to the tower; a masterpiece of traditional Moroccan architecture, full of valuable materials from all over the world and magnificent decorations, from here you will return to the new city to view the Royal Palace. In the early evening, check in your accommodations , a hotel / Riad Located in the Medina, free time and overnight stay.

Day 12 : Discovering Asilah

We will leave Rabat after breakfast to go to Asilah, it’s a town on Morocco’s Atlantic coast, then to Tangier where the Mediterranean Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean off Cape Spartel, built by colonial Portuguese. The medina is an art hub, Visit the well preserved 15th-century ramparts and gates , Admire the Artwork on walls of the old part of town,Visit San Bartolome, a colonial Moorish style Church , El Hamra a charming tower built by Portuguese in 15 century .., free time and overnight stay.

Day 13: The way to Tangier

After having breakfast, we will be driving to Tangier to visit Cap spartel and hercules caves, Heading into the walled ‘medina’ (old quarter) to explore its alleyways and ‘kasbah’ (fortress), Its souks and bakery to sample traditional local breads. Gain insight into the city’s heritage on a tour of the new town, and check out sights on the Mediterranean and Atlantic coasts, after the visits, Check in your hotel,free time and overnight stay in Tangier.

Day 14: From Tangier to Chefchaouen 

After Breakfast we will lead to Chefchaouen through the Rif Mountains and Tetouan, drop off at your accommodation, you will get free time and overnight stay.

Day 15: The way back to Fes 

We will begin our journey to Fes by way of Volubilis and Meknes after an early breakfast in your riad.Your local guide will take you on an exploration of a sizable Roman ruin in Volubilis where mosaics from the 2nd century B.C. will be on display.

Meknes, one of Morocco’s imperial cities and the country’s capital during the 17th century, is the next stop. You’ll witness the renowned Bab Mansour Gate, the Sahrij, the irrigation-useful Souani Basin, and the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum. Arriving at Fes our tour will end, we will drop you off at your hotel or at the airport.